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Mr. J. L. Blos8or had business
in Logan Inst Tuesday .
Joseph Smitli nndTliomns ilrad
luirry, of Jobs, wore licre on busi
ness lust Tuesday evening.
Pete Eyuns, oC Columbus, spent
last week with his father, D. 1.
Kvans, of this place.
Mr. James Francis and son,
Grover, had business in Nelson
ville one day last week.
tfss Grace Tnboden, of near
Logan, is spending several days
witli Miss Mattie Blosser.
Eph Shaw, John Young and
Win. Parks had business in Logan
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Grilllths,
of Daleton, recently visited his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. "Win.
The stork recently made its ap
pearance hero and left a little girl
at the home of Mr. Oscar Tom.
Mrs. Frank Green informs us
that she has in her possession a
copy of the Hocking Sentinel pub
lished July 2, 1802, which is well
preserved and gives much war
news pertaining to the great re
bellion. What is the matter with Mr.
John Connors, of New Pittsburg,
coming out for the nomination for
commissioner? He has twice
carried Ward Township, and we
honestly believe he can do so
Whenever we hear a person say
nil professors of religion are hypo
crites, and there is no church good
enough for them to belong to, and
they are afraid to go to church
for fear of committing sin. We
sometimes ask ourselves the ques
tion, would the church be any bet
ter if such persons belonged to it?
Mrs. Frazie, of Murray City,
spent Sunday and Monday with
her mother, Mrs. Frank Power.
Mr. Lee DaviB was a Columbus
Mr, Henry Peacock was the
guest-of relatives at Rockbridge,
Misses Myrta and Etta Power,
of Coshocton, spent last week with
friendH and relatives here.
Mrs. MiiD'u Bateman was the
Sunday guest of her mother at
Mr. and Mrs. Walt Warner were
called to Nelsonville, Sunday, by
the serious illness of the latter's
mother, Mrs, Hickman.
Lizzio Lee was calling on Mr.
and Mrs. It. W. Leo, Saturday.
. Miss Oiurio Russell,, of Colum
bus, spent lust week with Mr. and
Mrs, Him m Kussell.
Mrs. Tom Bradburj' has been
very sick for a few days,
Mrs. A. M. Crozler is on the
sick list at present.
Mrs. James Cumpbell was
What's Doing In the Buckeye State.
Not Preforred Creditor,
Lancaster, O., July 31. Judge
Hooves rendered his decision in tho
cusa of County Treasurer J. D. Kra
mer against II. D, Peters, receiver of
tuo defunct Lancaster bank, In which
Kramer sought to. be mudo a pre
ferred creditor of the hank. When
the Lancaster hank closed Its doors
two years ago Kramer had on deposit
there $20,000 of county funds. Judge
Heaven held th,.t Kramer was only a
general creditor and hla claim was
not a preferred ouo; that ho would
have to take hla chances with the
huluuce of the credlturs.
Tarrytown, N. Y-, July 31. John D.
Rockefeller and his party left for
Cleveland over the Now York Central
lines, air. Hockefeller came down to
the depot from Pocantlco Hills alone
und waited about the depot for some
time, Then John D. Archbold came
up from New York on a way train
and he nud Mr Rockefeller chatted
jiutJl the. laUor'H train was due. Mr.
Archbold, said that Mr. Rockefeller
would not be arrested or bothered
whta tie reached Cleveland.
Crlchfield Again Adjutant General.
Columbus, O., July 31. Governor
Han Is announced the appointment of
A. B. Crltchfiold of Shrove to succeed
General O. II. Hushes as adjutant
general. When General Crltchfleld
goes In Hcvcral of the present olllce
stall will probably bo Immediately ro
llevod. The announcement of the ap
pointment was delayed to give full
opportunity to Investigate seveial
charges that wero died against Gen
eral Crltchfleld. Not one of these was
Detective Shot and Killed.
Toledo, O., July 31. John Leke, a
Lake Shore detective, died In the To
ledo hospital from a bullet wound in
his head. Albert Jagetski Is held on
a charge of second degree murder.
The latter alleges that i-eko ap
proached him and his brother and or
dered them -to buy him drinks, and
that ho struck him when they re
fused. Jagetski says that he then
drew his revolver and shot Leke, the
bullet entering his left temple.
Believe Brother Was Murdered.
Warren, O., July 31. B. J. Joseph.
James and Richard Kennedy, broth
ers of Albert Kennedy, whose head
less body was found at Mantua
Thursday, arrived here to Investigate
his death. The brothers held the
opinion that the man was murdered,
despite the coroner's verdict of nat
ural death. They will make a vigor
ous investigation and hire detectives
to solve the death.
Abducted by Gypilet.
Canton, O., July 31. Nora Ithon, a
13-year-old girl of Navarre, O., was
kidnaped by a band of gypsies who
were in camp at that place last week.
The girl's mother is dead and the
only daughter, Nora, kept house for
her father on a farm. The father was
away from home at the time of the
Bellefontaine, O., July 31. The
Trailer & Ward Brothers' flouring
mill at DeGraff was damaged to the
extent of $3,000 by an Incendiary Are.
Corn cobs and coal oil were found in
the third story, where the lire started,
by Fire Chief Pond. Only the interior
of the building, on which there is
?5,000 Insurance, is damaged.
Hit by Stray Bullet.
Geneva, O., July 31. FrariK Jeppe,
19, was shot and mortally wounded
by a stray rifle ball which struck him
while he was picking blackberries in
a pasture on the home farm. The
bullet lodged in his spine. The
source of the bullet and intent of the
person or persons firing It is a mys
tery. Negro Engages Police.
Urbana, O., July 31. In a desper
ate running light with the police Bill
Williams, a colored character, was
mortally wounded. Before being
brought down with a wound through
the bowela he succeeded in slightly
wounding one of the officers. Wil
liams can not live.
Lafayette, Ind July 31. Charles
Fisher, a car repairer, jumped off the
pilot of an engine on which he was
riding directly in the path of another
train, and received Injuries from
which he died. He was 26 years old
and his home was at Wapukoneta, O.
Struck by Train.
Steubenville, O.. July 31. Otto
Butler and Vred Parkhurst, coal mln
era, wore struck by a Wheeling &
Lake Krle freight train at the War
rentou crossing and Butler was kill
d. Parkhurst lost both legs,
Drowned While Bathing,
Chllllcothe, O., July 31. Clarence
Robinson, 21, son of Mayor Robinson
of Washington C. H., was drowned In
Paint creek, at North Fork bridge,"
near here. He was seized by cramps
while In swimming.
Greenfield, 0 Aug. 1. The ppst
ofllce at this place was entered by
burglars, who secured about $1,000 In
stamps and $1,500 In cash, The locks
were blown from the heavy vault
doors and tho big Iron safe was re
duced to scrap iron. Mall saiks wero
cut open and the mail rifled and scat
tered about tho floor,
Portsmouth, O., Aug. 1. While
peering out of hla cab window, Frank
Poore, 28, u Norfolk & Western fire
man, was crushed to death, His en
gine was aldewlped by a yard engine
and hlsdeathensued three hours later.
Both engines were damaged consid
erably, but other trainmen escaped.
Kidnaped Girl Rescued.
Canton, O., Aug. 1. Miss Nora
Rkon, who was kidnaped July 20 by a
band of gypsies from her home, near
Navarre, was found by Marshal
George Meyers of Navarre. The girl
waa in a ypsy camp at Blue Pond,
about two miles east of Akron. The
gypsies were placed under arrest.
Shot His SUter,
Galilpolis, O., Aug. L-Mrs. Moses
Frazler of Cheshire township, Meigs
county, was shot and killed by Lewis
Manloy, her brother, while he was
cleaning a gun. She leaves two in
Add In Beer,
Canton, O., Aug. 1. Samuel Varney
committed suicide by drinking four
ounces of carbolic acid lu a glass oC
beer, while standing at a bar- No
caus for the deed is known.
Jury Awards Her Divorce From Pres
ident of Steel Trust.
GRANTED CUSTODY OF SON
No Evidence Submitted by the De.
fendant, the Case Going to the Jury
Without Argument Testimony of
Miss Corey, the Boy Allen and the
Reno, Nev., July 31. A divorce on
tho ground of desertion was awarded
hero to Mrs. William Ellis Corey,
wlfo or tho president of tho United
States Steel corporation, Tho en so
wbb submitted to the jury with
out nrgnmont, and the jury took but
one ballot. It was out but a few min
utes. Mrs. Corey was lu tears when
told that she had been given a de
cree and tho custody of her 10-year-old
son, Allan Corey. She drove at
once to her home on Riverside ave
nue, whore she says she will continue
to reside. No evidence was submitted
by the defense and there was no ar
gument. Matter of alimony was not
Introduced. Mrs. Corey made an In
teresting admission, however, touch-
WIIMAM KT.TilS CORUY.
Ing upon this phase of the case, stat
ing that in May, 190G, several weeks
before her petition for divorce was
tiled, she negotiated, through her at
torneys, a financial settlement with
her husband. She was not asked
what the nature of this settlement
At the conclusion of the trial Attor
ney Sardls Summerfleld of Reno
stated that his client, William Ellis
Corey, was as anxious for the decree
of divorce as his wife.
When placed on the stand, Mrs.
Corey said: "I am a resident of Reno,
Nev., and the wife of William Ellis
Corey, the defendant In this action.
We were married on Dec. 1, 1SS3, at
Pittsburg, Pa,, und lived together un
til May 1, 1903. At that time my hus
band deserted me and went to New
York. I followed him and held a con
versation with him in the Hotel Lo
raine. It was there that he told me
that he had decided to livo apart. Ho
said that it was impossible for us to
live happily together and that I would
never see him again. He stated that
he intended going to Europe for sev
eial months. There was no scene. 1
talked with him about tho matter anil
urged him to again resume his place
in our home, but he refused. I have
never seen him since."
Miss Addle Corey, sister of the re
spondent, was an interesting witness,
She corroborated Mrs. Corey's state
ment that Cotey had deserted his
wife, and tqld how she and her aged
mother had made several Ineffectual
attempts to elfect a reconciliation.
Her brother, she said, had lost sight
of his home, being absorbed in busi
ness and lnfutuated with tho fast life
of New York. "Do you consider Mr.
Corey a proper custodian for his
son?" she was asked, "I do not,"
Allan Corey stated that at tho time
of the parting his father called him to
his 'office and told Mm that he bad-do--cided
to part from hla mother. "Ho
said I was too young to understand
the relations. He then said that my
mother was a good woman and that
my place was at her side:"
General Oku'a Promotion.
Tokyo, July 81, General Oku has
been appointed chief of the general
staff of the Japanese army In succes
sion to General Baron Kodama, who
died July 22, General Oku command
ed the left army during tho Russian
Japanese war and achieved a series
of brilliant victories, The army un
der his command isolated Poit Ar
thur at a critical stage of tho siege.
Mall Stage Robbed,
Gomel, July 31, The mall atago
running from hero has been attacked I
by robbers, who killed tho postman '
and severely wounded the driver.
They got away with the registered
mall. Two arrests have been made.
Vlncennes, Ind., July 31. While
wlmmlng in the Wabash river, just
a few miles below Vlncennes, O, K,
pryhead, 35, a business man of law.
Jeaoovllle, 111, v drowned, lbs
ietf was wwnewi. 1
Dayton, 0., July 31. H, H, Weak
ley, 69, owner and publisher of the
Evening Herald, died at his home
here after an illness of several
months, Weakley bought the Herald
Robbed and Murdered. I
Madison, Wis., July 31. The doad
fcody of Joseph Udrdenhelr, a jeweler, '
missing for a week, was found In the
woods three miles east of here. He 1
fcsd been robbed and murdered. Bex-1
ulilr came here from, Chicago 1
jdkMjt U aiwUUs &, I
REVOLT IN PORT
SHOT TO DEATH
But the Mutineers at the "Gibraltar
of the North" Hold Out.
BATTLES FOUGHT IN FINLAND
Nine Warships Assist Loyal Troops
In Suppressing tho Secondary Out
break Mutinous Artillerymen Still
Holding Positions at the Great
Hclslngtors, Finland, Aug. 1. The
great fortress of Sveaborg Is reported
entirely In tho hands of tho muti
neers, who now havo lu their posses
sion ovory kind of armament, Hor
rible scenes occurred during last
night, when the flerco fighting was
continued. Tho heaviest urtlllory
was used during the conflict.
The rising Is quelled lu port and
Skntuddeu fortress has been occupied
by loyal tioops. The municipal coun
cil has issued a proclamation urging
the people, In view of possible dan
ger, to remain quiet and not leave
their houses. It advises them to as
sist the government In the mainte
nance of order.
Several officers wore killed or
wounded. The wounded wore trans
ported to Helsingfors. Colonel Nata
roff was bayoneted. He begged for
transportation to the hospital, prom
ising forgiveness In exchange. In
stead, he was stoned and thrown Into
the water with a stone around his
A hundred revolutionists, armed
and half uniformed, marched to tho
Socialist club on George street. They
demanded that the Socialist "Red
Guard" mobilize and join a movement
to relieve tho thousand marines who
are held within a cordon In Skatud
den barrack by the loyal troops. The
chiefs of the "Red Guard" are unde
cided whether to commence an armed
uprising, as many of tho population
are completely out of sympathy with
such a movement. The authorities
apparently are paralyzed by the sud
denness of tho revolt. They were
quite in ignorance as to which troops
could be depended upon. Two officers
were killed at Skutuddon by marines
before a large crowd of civilian sym
pathizers. A force of revolutionary workmen
from here occupied the railroad sta
tion at Rlhloki, 50 miles from Hel
singfors, where tho main line from
St. Petersburg joins the line above
Tammerfors. They destroyed the
track to prevent the passage of mili
tary trains bringing reinforcements.
The section hands of the roads have
struck. The civilian levolutlonlsts
who took part in the rioting at Ska
tudden were disguised as sailors. 1
STORY OF REVOLT.
Conspirators Aimed to Seize Three
Great Sea Fortresses.
Helsingfors, Aug, ,1. A gigantic
military conspiracy,1 aiming at the
simultaneous capture of Russia's
three great sea foctresses, Cronstadt,
Sebastopol and Sveaborg, and ar
ranged by ithe revolutionary military
league", was prematurely sprung here
Monday night by an attempt to arrest
members of a company of sappers
who had mutinied on account of the
death of one of their comrades, al
leged to have been due to ill-treatment.
The garrison of foi tress at
Sveaborg flamed instantly into revolt.
All the artillerymen and sappers were
Involved. Only four companies of In
fantry remained loyal, The muti
neers seized 40 machine gnus aud
practically all the quick-firers and
light artillery In tho fortress, but
oven with this aid they wero unable
to hold the main fort against the loyal
Infantry. The fighting continued all
night. The henviest firing was heard
from 10 o'clock lu the evening until
1 lu the morning.
Tuesday morning a detachment of
civilian involutional ies seized the ma
rine barracks on Skatudden Island,
hoisted the red Hus und wero joined
by all the marines. Nine crulsors,
torpedo boats and destroyers lying In
the harbor opened flie on the bar
racks, This ilro was answered from
"the thlrd-stbry windows of iho -barracks
with machine gnus und rifles.
The torpedo boats and destroyers,
which were lying closer to the shore,
were subjected to such a hot fire from
the barracks that their crews were
driven below decks. They finally
steamed out and joined in the bom
bardment with the crulsors. This sea
attack was in cooperation with at
tacks by Cossacks and Infantry from
the land side, which bejan sit 9 a, m.
and continued through the day,
Finally, towards evening, tho firing
ceased, and tho authorities announced
that the barracks hod been captured.
Russian Premier On the Revolt of
St. Petersburg, Aug. 1. Premlpr
Stolyplu has received frequent mes
sages regarding tho mutiny In Fin
land. Ho told u caller that the sit
uation Is critical to an extreme de
gree, Almost tho ontlre fortress la
In the hands of tho Insurgents, and
there are comparatively few loyul
troops in Helsingfors.
No report of the suppressiou of tho
ovoltofgarriaon at Sveaborg fortress,
'the Gibraltar of the North," has
been received In St. Petersburg up to
this hour. The secondary uprising
among tho murines und troops ut
Skatudden barrucka, ou the peninsula
communicating with the mainland,
was crushed by loyal troops after
heavy fighting lu whlh nine cruisers,
destroyers und torpedo bouts partici
pated. The firing on the islands und frpm
the fortress has ceased, und in spite
of tho fact that tho occupation of the
entire wuter frout by CossaqkB pre
vents the obtaining of positive nowa,
H U understood at Halslagfars that,
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the mutinous artillerymen and sap
pers still nre holding their positions.
The outlying Islands and the fortress
appear to be in their possession, ami
they practically linvo all the machine
guns, quick-ilrors and movable artil
lery of the fortress. General Laini
Iuk, I he commandant of tho fortress,
is holding the main fort on Comman
der island with loyul Infantry. A
general strike was declared In Hoi-slngfor-
by the Socialist workmen.
All factories have been closed.
The military authorities lucelveda
telegruni from Helsingfors from Ma
jor General Lalmlug uunoimclng that
tho fortressos and urtlllory had
opened lire on Commander Island.
The iusurgentu seized artillery, all
tho machine guns, and took posses
sion of 0110 of the Islands, Some of
tho telegraph wires have been cut.
Major General Laiming added that he
himself waa -on Commander- island
with four companies of tho garrluon
aud two companies of sharpshooter
seat from Helsingfors, He does not
give the mimbor of casualties.
St. Petersburg, Atif. 1. When It
became known in Deshlagar, in the
Caucasus, that tho lower house of
parliament had been dissolved, the
eutlre garrison mutinied, Tho sol
diery killed their commander aud
eight olllcers and took tho local ad
nilulBtration into their own hands.
Pennsylvania Reduces Rates.
Phlladolphlu, Aug, 1, Important
changes In pasaengor rates wero an
nounced by Pouitli Vice President
John B. Thayer of the Pennsylvania
railroad, following a meeting of the
board of dlroctora of that corporation.
The company haa decided to reduce
the maximum one fare from 3 to 3
centB to -Vj cents a mile. Thin ac
tion will involve a readjustment of
all through farea from tho mouth.
The Pennsylvania company will also
ou tiept. 1 place ou sale 1,000-mile
tickets, valid only on its lines east of
Pittsburg and Hrle, at the Hut price of
'0, These mileage tickets will bo
Lincoln, Neb., Aug. 1. Nebraska
Prohibitionists held a state conven
tion hero with an attendance of near
ly 200 delegate. A state ticket was
nominated, Professor H. T. Sutton pf
Bethany receiving tho nomination for
governor. Tito platform insista that
the peapia have the right to vote out
the saloon by states, counties or mu
nicipalities, and declares for the en
actment of a county option law.
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Laylln Names Election Boards.
Columbus, O., Aug. 1. Secroturyof
Stato Laylln, acting as state super
visor of elections, appointed Republi
can and Democratic deputy super
visors of elections in each county.
With few exceptions the memberu
wore recommended by tho respective
party committees, only ono being the
choice of Secretary Laylln, P. D, Post
of Fayette county.
Suit Follows 8hootlno
Portsmouth, O,, Aug. 1, A 15.nno
damage suit was filed in common
pleas court by John Davor ugalnst his
brother, Solomon Dover. The suit is
tho result of a rocent shooting affray
in which John Dever was shot and
permanently raulmed by his brother,
tho culmination, of a bitter quarrel
ut a meeting of the Ilarrisonvllle
Has Family In Ohio.
Cincinnati, O,, Aug. 1, It was
learned here that William A, Marcus,
who will be hanged ut Charleston,
S. C, next Friday, for the murder of
his wife, formerly Magglo Stono, noar
that city last Easter Sunday, lias a
wife aud ilvo chlldron residing lu
this city, Mrs. Murcuu Htated that
her husband disappeared six years
Dayton Paper Changes Hands.
Dayton, O., Aug. 1, The Dayton
Journal has been purchased by J. O.
Shaeffer, who live years ago bought
tho Chicago Evening Post, and two
years ago with D. G. Rled secured tho
Star League of Indiana. Tho pulley
ot the paper will tie continued in bar
mony with the present national aua
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